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. >>> toyota has until the end of the day to accept or contest a record fine from the government. >>> and some airlines promise nay will never charge you for your carry on luggage. >>> time for if first "living $mart" report of the morning. jessica foil is here with the headlines. >>> wall street rebounded after friday's selloff. stocks dropped on news federal regulators filed civil charges against goldman sachs and asian stocks fell 2%. the dow stands at 11019 after dropping 126. the nasdaq lost 34 an the s&p 500 was down 20. >>> the securities and exchange commission's charges against goldman sachs could impact the entire banking sector. goldman denies allegations it sold risky mortgage investments without saying it was with a hedge fund betting it could fail. >>> a published report says federal authorities are picking up the pace in a criminal investigation of former mortgage giant countrywide financial and its role in the banking and housing meltdown. the "wall street journal" says one of the several federal investigations is a criminal probe of countrywide. >>> toyota is expected to agree
foster has more. >> reporter: consumer reports has uncovered a potential safety risk with toyota's recently redesigned suv the 2010 lexus gx-460 in one of the emergency handling tests when pushed to its limbs the rear slides way out. the electronic stability control kicks in but takes too long to regain control of the vehicle. now seen in slow motion this is a standard evaluation consumer reports performs on all vehicles it tests. going through the turns the driver quickly lifts its foot off of an accelerator. what you might do if you were exiting a ramp too fast. >> there haven't been injuried reported but if it went off a curb it could roll over. none of the other suvs we have tested in recent years performed this poorly in the test. >> lexus is a highly rated brand an admired brand by many consumers and this is not the kind of thing you would expect. >> reporter: consumer reports is urging people not to buy the lexus gx-460 until the problem is fixed. toyota is aware of the findings. that was lesli foster reporting. good morning. if you are just tuning in, thank you for watchi
for american manufacturers who want to sell to europe. >>> toyota announced another recall. this time about 50,000 sequoia vehicles. toyota says they slow down unexpectedly. the automaker says there could be a problem with the stability control system. >>> a company in panama is shipping the first batch of square watermelons to the united states. the boxy melons molded in glass boxes are heading to new york. buyers should be prepared to spend money. it will cost you roughly $75. >>> for more living well headlines, log on to and click on the "living $mart" tab right there on the front page. >>> the amount you spend for that trip on metro could go up by the end of the day. >>> and scientists discovered a way to predict whether some women are at risk of developing a more aggressive form of breast cancer later in life. it is 4:42. we'll be right back. >>> more than 15,000 people remain without power after a second day of heavy snow in vermont. up to 20 inches brought down branch and power lines and while it may melt with warm weather ahead, commuters still had to dig out their cars and d
well the american job market is doing. despite image setbacks, toyota sales actually improved. >>> it's coming up on 4:38. you are watching 9news now. ói >>> tgif, everybody. happy friday. on the go right now, and all we have are a couple construction sites out and about. i'll tell you what to look out for, coming up. >>> it is time for the first living smart report of the morning. jessica doyle is here with today's headlines. good morning. >> reporter: happy friday, everyone. big economic news about the state of the job market likely will be the big event today. as for trading, another rally in asian markets overnight. the nikkei is 2.7% and more green arrows on wall street. the dow closed up 10,927. the nasdaq rose more than 4 1/2 and s & p500 posted a gain of almost nine points. >>> the justice department is alleging kellogg brown and group provided false statements when charging for the use of private security guards in iraq when the contract didn't allow for such expenses. the suit does not indicate how much kbr charged the army. >>> the labor department will announce the marc
the victim and some friends had just left a restaurant when their car was rammed by a toyota camry. they say -- edwin escobar salmeron was arrested. the victim is expected to recover. >>> police are searching for people responsible for a series of vehicle break ins in leesburg, virginia. investigators say close to 30 vehicles on nottoway street were broken in to or had items stolen from them. two 16-year-olds and a 17-year- old have been arrested but police are looking for additional suspects. some victims reacted. >> a bunch of kids probably out having a good time, at least they thought they were having a good time breaking in to people's cars. >> i'd like to have them about five minutes and talk to them. >> reporter: police respond by doing a foot patrol in the area. officers found 77 unlocked vehicles. police advise everyone to always lock your vehicles and remove any valuables from clear sight. >>> arlington county officials approved a $995 million budget which includes a tax hike for property owners. according to our partners at the washington examiner the average owner will pay $346 mo
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